Géographie physique et Quaternaire

Volume 53, Number 1, 1999 Late Quaternary History of the White Mountains, New Hampshire and Adjacent Southeastern Québec Guest-edited by Woodrow B. Thompson, Brian K. Fowler and P. Thompson Davis

Table of contents (11 articles)

  • Introduction: Late Quaternary History of the White Mountains, New Hampshire and adjacent southeastern Québec
  • Richard P. Goldthwait
  • History of research on glaciation in the White Mountains, New Hampshire (U.S.A.)
  • Cirques of the Presidential Range, New Hampshire, and surrounding alpine areas in the northeastern United States
  • Talus fabric in Tuckerman Ravine, New Hampshire: Evidence for a tongue-shaped rock glacier
  • Deglaciation of the northwestern White Mountains, New Hampshire
  • Varve, paleomagnetic, and 14 C Chronologies for late Pleistocene events in New Hampshire and Vermont (U.S.A.)
  • Pre-Late Wisconsinan age for part of the glaciolacustrine stratigraphy, lower Peabody valley, northern White Mountains, Gorham, New Hampshire
  • Late Wisconsinan deglaciation and glacial lake development in the Appalachians of southeastern Québec
  • Late-Quaternary history of the alpine flora of the New Hampshire White Mountains
  • Paleoindian occupation of the White Mountains, New Hampshire
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